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Palma Rey Archontophoenix cunninghamiana

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Julio 17, 2019 11:28 AM NZST

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? In "Nikau Grove" at top of Taraire Hill, part of the NativePlant Trail of Kaipatiki Creek

A shock discovery today...not a complete shock, as several almost-mature ones along the streambanks upstream of here were suspected from afar last year and confirmed on iNaturalist .

Unfortunately the council's annual weed control operation for the reserve was not able to address them as there is a limited list of species for weed control. Phoenix juveniles are on it, but not Bangalows.

I've uploaded a number of quick observations made during a walk through this "Nikau Grove" today. Focusing on the tree nearest the centre of each image, but also interested in any other identifications possible for other palms in the pictures; I hope a more thorough survey will be made of this area at some stage, including seedlings.

At time of uploading, the ones observed in this small area today are the only ones in this Search, using the Field at right "KC Exotic palms - suspected juvenile", and can be viewed as a group using this link::

https://inaturalist.nz/observations?verifiable=any&place_id=any&field:KC%20Exotic%20palm%20invasions%20of%20Kaipatiki%20Creek=Juvenile%20suspected

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Palma Rey Archontophoenix cunninghamiana

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Julio 17, 2019 11:27 AM NZST

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? In "Nikau Grove" at top of Taraire Hill, part of the NativePlant Trail of Kaipatiki Creek

A shock discovery today...not a complete shock, as several almost-mature ones along the streambanks upstream of here were suspected from afar last year and confirmed on iNaturalist .

Unfortunately the council's annual weed control operation for the reserve was not able to address them as there is a limited list of species for weed control. Phoenix juveniles are on it, but not Bangalows.

I've uploaded a number of quick observations made during a walk through this "Nikau Grove" today. Focusing on the tree nearest the centre of each image, but also interested in any other identifications possible for other palms in the pictures; I hope a more thorough survey will be made of this area at some stage, including seedlings.

At time of uploading, the ones observed in this small area today are the only ones in this Search, using the Field at right "KC Exotic palms - suspected juvenile", and can be viewed as a group using this link::

https://inaturalist.nz/observations?verifiable=any&place_id=any&field:KC%20Exotic%20palm%20invasions%20of%20Kaipatiki%20Creek=Juvenile%20suspected

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Palma Rey Archontophoenix cunninghamiana

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Julio 17, 2019 11:23 AM NZST

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? In "Nikau Grove" at top of Taraire Hill, part of the NativePlant Trail of Kaipatiki Creek

A shock discovery today...not a complete shock, as several almost-mature ones along the streambanks upstream of here were suspected from afar last year and confirmed on iNaturalist .

Unfortunately the council's annual weed control operation for the reserve was not able to address them as there is a limited list of species for weed control. Phoenix juveniles are on it, but not Bangalows.

I've uploaded a number of quick observations made during a walk through this "Nikau Grove" today. Focusing on the tree nearest the centre of each image, but also interested in any other identifications possible for other palms in the pictures; I hope a more thorough survey will be made of this area at some stage, including seedlings.

At time of uploading, the ones observed in this small area today are the only ones in this Search, using the Field at right "KC Exotic palms - suspected juvenile", and can be viewed as a group using this link::

https://inaturalist.nz/observations?verifiable=any&place_id=any&field:KC%20Exotic%20palm%20invasions%20of%20Kaipatiki%20Creek=Juvenile%20suspected

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Palma Rey Archontophoenix cunninghamiana

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Julio 17, 2019 11:25 AM NZST

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? In "Nikau Grove" at top of Taraire Hill, part of the NativePlant Trail of Kaipatiki Creek

A shock discovery today...not a complete shock, as several almost-mature ones along the streambanks upstream of here were suspected from afar last year and confirmed on iNaturalist .

Unfortunately the council's annual weed control operation for the reserve was not able to address them as there is a limited list of species for weed control. Phoenix juveniles are on it, but not Bangalows.

I've uploaded a number of quick observations made during a walk through this "Nikau Grove" today. Focusing on the tree nearest the centre of each image, but also interested in any other identifications possible for other palms in the pictures; I hope a more thorough survey will be made of this area at some stage, including seedlings.

At time of uploading, the ones observed in this small area today are the only ones in this Search, using the Field at right "KC Exotic palms - suspected juvenile", and can be viewed as a group using this link::

https://inaturalist.nz/observations?verifiable=any&place_id=any&field:KC%20Exotic%20palm%20invasions%20of%20Kaipatiki%20Creek=Juvenile%20suspected

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Palma Rey Archontophoenix cunninghamiana

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Julio 17, 2019 11:23 AM NZST

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? In "Nikau Grove" at top of Taraire Hill, part of the NativePlant Trail of Kaipatiki Creek

A shock discovery today...not a complete shock, as several almost-mature ones along the streambanks upstream of here were suspected from afar last year and confirmed on iNaturalist .

Unfortunately the council's annual weed control operation for the reserve was not able to address them as there is a limited list of species for weed control. Phoenix juveniles are on it, but not Bangalows.

I've uploaded a number of quick observations made during a walk through this "Nikau Grove" today. Focusing on the tree nearest the centre of each image, but also interested in any other identifications possible for other palms in the pictures; I hope a more thorough survey will be made of this area at some stage, including seedlings.

At time of uploading, the ones observed in this small area today are the only ones in this Search, using the Field at right "KC Exotic palms - suspected juvenile", and can be viewed as a group using this link::

https://inaturalist.nz/observations?verifiable=any&place_id=any&field:KC%20Exotic%20palm%20invasions%20of%20Kaipatiki%20Creek=Juvenile%20suspected

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Palma Rey Archontophoenix cunninghamiana

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Julio 17, 2019 11:24 AM NZST

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? In "Nikau Grove" at top of Taraire Hill, part of the NativePlant Trail of Kaipatiki Creek

A shock discovery today...not a complete shock, as several almost-mature ones along the streambanks upstream of here were suspected from afar last year and confirmed on iNaturalist .

Unfortunately the council's annual weed control operation for the reserve was not able to address them as there is a limited list of species for weed control. Phoenix juveniles are on it, but not Bangalows.

I've uploaded a number of quick observations made during a walk through this "Nikau Grove" today. Focusing on the tree nearest the centre of each image, but also interested in any other identifications possible for other palms in the pictures; I hope a more thorough survey will be made of this area at some stage, including seedlings.

At time of uploading, the ones observed in this small area today are the only ones in this Search, using the Field at right "KC Exotic palms - suspected juvenile", and can be viewed as a group using this link::

https://inaturalist.nz/observations?verifiable=any&place_id=any&field:KC%20Exotic%20palm%20invasions%20of%20Kaipatiki%20Creek=Juvenile%20suspected

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Palmas o Palmeras Familia Arecaceae

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Julio 17, 2019 11:29 AM NZST

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? In "Nikau Grove" at top of Taraire Hill, part of the NativePlant Trail of Kaipatiki Creek

A shock discovery today...not a complete shock, as several almost-mature ones along the streambanks upstream of here were suspected from afar last year and confirmed on iNaturalist .

Unfortunately the council's annual weed control operation for the reserve was not able to address them as there is a limited list of species for weed control. Phoenix juveniles are on it, but not Bangalows.

I've uploaded a number of quick observations made during a walk through this "Nikau Grove" today. Focusing on the tree nearest the centre of each image, but also interested in any other identifications possible for other palms in the pictures; I hope a more thorough survey will be made of this area at some stage, including seedlings.

At time of uploading, the ones observed in this small area today are the only ones in this Search, using the Field at right "KC Exotic palms - suspected juvenile", and can be viewed as a group using this link::

https://inaturalist.nz/observations?verifiable=any&place_id=any&field:KC%20Exotic%20palm%20invasions%20of%20Kaipatiki%20Creek=Juvenile%20suspected

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Palma Rey Archontophoenix cunninghamiana

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Julio 17, 2019 11:26 AM NZST

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? In "Nikau Grove" at top of Taraire Hill, part of the NativePlant Trail of Kaipatiki Creek

A shock discovery today...not a complete shock, as several almost-mature ones along the streambanks upstream of here were suspected from afar last year and confirmed on iNaturalist .

Unfortunately the council's annual weed control operation for the reserve was not able to address them as there is a limited list of species for weed control. Phoenix juveniles are on it, but not Bangalows.

I've uploaded a number of quick observations made during a walk through this "Nikau Grove" today. Focusing on the tree nearest the centre of each image, but also interested in any other identifications possible for other palms in the pictures; I hope a more thorough survey will be made of this area at some stage, including seedlings.

At time of uploading, the ones observed in this small area today are the only ones in this Search, using the Field at right "KC Exotic palms - suspected juvenile", and can be viewed as a group using this link::

https://inaturalist.nz/observations?verifiable=any&place_id=any&field:KC%20Exotic%20palm%20invasions%20of%20Kaipatiki%20Creek=Juvenile%20suspected

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Palma Rey Archontophoenix cunninghamiana

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Julio 17, 2019 11:26 AM NZST

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? In "Nikau Grove" at top of Taraire Hill, part of the NativePlant Trail of Kaipatiki Creek

A shock discovery today...not a complete shock, as several almost-mature ones along the streambanks upstream of here were suspected from afar last year and confirmed on iNaturalist .

Unfortunately the council's annual weed control operation for the reserve was not able to address them as there is a limited list of species for weed control. Phoenix juveniles are on it, but not Bangalows.

I've uploaded a number of quick observations made during a walk through this "Nikau Grove" today. Focusing on the tree nearest the centre of each image, but also interested in any other identifications possible for other palms in the pictures; I hope a more thorough survey will be made of this area at some stage, including seedlings.

At time of uploading, the ones observed in this small area today are the only ones in this Search, using the Field at right "KC Exotic palms - suspected juvenile", and can be viewed as a group using this link::

https://inaturalist.nz/observations?verifiable=any&place_id=any&field:KC%20Exotic%20palm%20invasions%20of%20Kaipatiki%20Creek=Juvenile%20suspected

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Palma Rey Archontophoenix cunninghamiana

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Julio 17, 2019 11:25 AM NZST

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? In "Nikau Grove" at top of Taraire Hill, part of the NativePlant Trail of Kaipatiki Creek

A shock discovery today...not a complete shock, as several almost-mature ones along the streambanks upstream of here were suspected from afar last year and confirmed on iNaturalist .

Unfortunately the council's annual weed control operation for the reserve was not able to address them as there is a limited list of species for weed control. Phoenix juveniles are on it, but not Bangalows.

I've uploaded a number of quick observations made during a walk through this "Nikau Grove" today. Focusing on the tree nearest the centre of each image, but also interested in any other identifications possible for other palms in the pictures; I hope a more thorough survey will be made of this area at some stage, including seedlings.

At time of uploading, the ones observed in this small area today are the only ones in this Search, using the Field at right "KC Exotic palms - suspected juvenile", and can be viewed as a group using this link::

https://inaturalist.nz/observations?verifiable=any&place_id=any&field:KC%20Exotic%20palm%20invasions%20of%20Kaipatiki%20Creek=Juvenile%20suspected

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Jengibre Hawaiano Hedychium gardnerianum

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Junio 9, 2018 01:49 PM NZST

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Clump of tubers just under margin of native canopy hidden by honeysuckle being hand-removed.
Ground here is hard, and tree roots near the surface. Ginger stems were cut and piled, no intervention on tubers at this time, for monitoring and follow up over next year

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Pasto Pampa Cortaderia selloana

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Julio 22, 2018 04:13 PM NZST

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cut pampas foliage used to suppress previously-mown exotic grasses incl. kikuyu, Paspalum sp, Axonopus fissifolius, Agrostis capillaris, and herbs such as broad-leaved docks and dandelions

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Junio 22, 2019 10:15 AM NZST

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spreading under flame tree, and more visible since control of Japanese honeysuckle, Alocasia and ginger.

To be addressed once schedule of Flame Tree control is known. Until then it is being conserved for use in the control of other weeds under the Flame Tree.

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Junio 22, 2019 10:10 AM NZST

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in background, three ti kouka right of centre, with karamu to their left, and low curving Flame Tree branches from primary stand overhanging from foreground

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Junio 22, 2019 10:10 AM NZST

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Undergoing manual removal from outskirts of invasion - pile visible in foreground. Still spreading under flame tree, controlled on bank below and on bank to right; more evident here under Flame Tree since control of Japanese honeysuckle, Alocasia and ginger

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Junio 22, 2019 10:15 AM NZST

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spreading under flame tree, and more visible since control of Japanese honeysuckle, Alocasia and ginger

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Junio 22, 2019 10:15 AM NZST

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spreading under flame tree, and more visible since control of Japanese honeysuckle, Alocasia and ginger

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Julio 9, 2019 03:05 PM NZST

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probably include robusta and lucida, the commonest in nearby canopy. These among many hundreds of native tree seedlings in one c3m x c2m area of kanuka canopy. Observed on 3 occasions in last year - numbers had declined somewhat in late summer drought, but are now more densely packed than ever

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Julio 9, 2019 03:07 PM NZST

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seedling top right, occasional among many hundreds of native tree seedlings in one c3m x c2m area of kanuka canopy. Observed on 3 occasions in last year - numbers had declined somewhat in late summer drought, but are now more densely packed than ever

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Julio 9, 2019 03:06 PM NZST

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Seedling lower left, occasional among many hundreds of native tree seedlings in one c3m x c2m area of kanuka canopy. Observed on 3 occasions in last year - numbers had declined somewhat in late summer drought, but are now more densely packed than ever

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Julio 9, 2019 03:06 PM NZST

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small-leaved,
among many hundreds of smaller native tree seedlings in one c3m x c2m area of kanuka canopy. Observed on 3 occasions in last year - numbers had declined somewhat in late summer drought, but are now more densely packed than ever

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Jengibre Hawaiano Hedychium gardnerianum

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Julio 9, 2019 03:08 PM NZST

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a single seedling among many hundreds of native tree seedlings in one c3m x c2m area of kanuka canopy. One or two of similar size were removed on each previous observation of this seedling patch in the last year - numbers had declined somewhat in late summer drought, but are now more densely packed than ever

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Julio 9, 2019 03:07 PM NZST

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probably include robusta and lucida, the commonest in nearby canopy. These among many hundreds of native tree seedlings in one c3m x c2m area of kanuka canopy. Observed on 3 occasions in last year - numbers had declined somewhat in late summer drought, but are now more densely packed than ever

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Julio 9, 2019 03:07 PM NZST

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? Seedling in foreground left of centre - 1 heart-shaped leaf, an anomaly

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Julio 9, 2019 03:08 PM NZST

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One of two c.20cmH among many hundreds of native tree seedlings in one c3m x c2m area of kanuka canopy. Observed on 3 occasions in last year - numbers had declined somewhat in late summer drought, but are now more densely packed than ever. the two kohekohe continue to develop. If there are younger kohekohe seedlings here I don't recognise them.

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Julio 9, 2019 03:08 PM NZST

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occasional among many hundreds of native tree seedlings in one c3m x c2m area of kanuka canopy. Observed on 3 occasions in last year - numbers had declined somewhat in late summer drought, but are now more densely packed than ever

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Julio 9, 2019 03:07 PM NZST

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a single seedling among many hundreds of native tree seedlings in one c3m x c2m area of kanuka canopy. Two prior observations of this seedling patch in the last year - numbers had declined somewhat in late summer drought, but are now more densely packed than ever

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Julio 9, 2019 03:06 PM NZST

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just right of the fallen Flame Tree leaf, one of a few among many hundreds of native tree seedlings in one c3m x c2m area of kanuka canopy. Observed on 3 occasions in last year - numbers had declined somewhat in late summer drought, but are now more densely packed than ever

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Julio 9, 2019 03:05 PM NZST

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occasional among many hundreds of native tree seedlings in one c3m x c2m area of kanuka canopy. Observed on 3 occasions in last year - numbers had declined somewhat in late summer drought, but are now more densely packed than ever

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Julio 9, 2019 03:05 PM NZST

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the commonest seedlings among many hundreds in one c3m x c2m area of kanuka canopy. Observed on 3 occasions in last year - numbers had declined somewhat in late summer drought, but are now more densely packed than ever

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